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Focusses on the intersection of the physical and biological sciences and engineering. Programs include graduate and postdoc career development, undergraduate biotech internships, lab fundamentals bootcamp, and the Science Leadership and Management seminar (SLAM).
A multi-disciplinary research unit with which more than 60 faculty from multiple schools, colleges, and divisions at UC Berkeley, spanning the fields of biology, chemistry, engineering, public health, law, economics, and business, are affiliated.
We have also established partnerships and collaborations with other academic institutions, global health nonprofits, government agencies, and biotech & pharmaceutical companies both locally and around the world to address prevention, treatment, and control of both newly recognized and endemic diseases.
CiBER's focus is on new designs, materials and manufacturing processes requiring integration among disciplines that include biology, psychology, engineering, physics, chemistry, computer science and mathematics.
Offers high resolution transmission electron microscopes, scanning electron microscopes, sample preparation and storage equipment for nanometer-scale analysis for biological, chemical and materials science.
The EML offers project consultations, education and training, equipment for trained users, and full service microscopy. All services are available to anyone with an interest in electron microscopy: graduate and undergraduate students, post-doctoral researchers, faculty, staff, and non-UC users.
EML also supports the courses MCB 481 B and MCB 481 C. Any UC Berkeley student working with a mentor on campus (undergrad or graduate level) may take the courses and be trained to use the equipment in the facility. Please contact the EML for details.
A collaborative research community of over 60 faculty members in 12 academic departments. Programs include the Neuroscience PhD Program and support of research and technology centers to advance understanding of the brain.